Here we see the well-known face, a bearded mask housing a pair of glowing, owlish eyes, the hair and forehead flecked with blood.
In his haste to flee, he had dropped his owlish horn rims, his wallet, and false teeth.
Some motive they have for all their clamor, but it passes my owlish wisdom to guess what it can be.
She washed the baby in it, and he stared at her all the time, with big, owlish eyes.
They were all round and owlish, and they thickened up in middle life.
Jarring gazed after her with an expression of owlish and unutterable surprise on his swarthy countenance.
Pursued and pursuers alike swept by the little figure with the owlish eyes, who had not taken his hands out of his pockets.
She kept close to this phantom of monarchy, who came out in the day instead of midnight, with owlish, blinking eyes.
The owlish glasses focused with noncommittal stoicism in its direction.
He thrust his owlish face over the board and shook the wine in his glass till in the light it sparkled like rubies.